Along the edge of the desert wash
You can really get blown away
My lungs and eyes are the only thing
That move with the jagged flame
Holy Christ it's back again
This God dammed Tucson rain

There's a sweet moth on a hydrant
While the hotel's up in flames
And it flies off with the migrants
Who have fled the desert blaze

Along the fence are a couple of kids
With a smile and a two dollar face
You can tell by the dust on their corn cob heads
They really don't care anymore
Holy Christ it's back to this
Sage blown desert place


Along the edge of the desert wall
You can really get lulled away
The radio's on and the oil spilled
And the flame runs up my leg
Holy Christ it's back again
It's written all over your face


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Sweet Moth song meanings
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